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Old Jan 2nd, 2018, 17:17 PM   81
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No worries! Always willing to talk and give advice if needed. I refuse to let my ASD students (or any) slip thru the cracks bc of bitchy teachers, age limits (wtf IS that, ya know?) or because someone's assessment form didn't have enough boxes checked! That's assuming that all students suspected (or having) autism Spectrum disorder's present the same way and if that was the case, it wouldn't be called A SPECTRUM!

On another note, today is supposedly 9dpo according The that little monitor box so I got a FRER. Looks whites as hell.

ETA: HappyCc: have your children dealt with toiling/bowel issues like encopresis? Just curious as I'd bet a kidney there is a connection.



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Old Jan 2nd, 2018, 20:25 PM   82
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It's still early yet. I hope you get that beautiful bfp soon! ❤❤❤❤



 
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Old Jan 3rd, 2018, 08:21 AM   83
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I haven't heard of that! They have digestive and toileting issues as in won't communicate the need for the toilet, and also scared of toilets and don't like potties. DS now uses his in between potty/toilet - it's designed for above 3s, so is a nice size and he's just starting to actually like sitting on it. He's referred to the incontinence team anyway though. He has digestive issues in that he gets severely constipated regularly and it causes him a lot of pain. He's quite frightened of having a poo. DD is fine with this, but doesn't communicate the need to use the toilet. Is this what you meant? Thank you, I think it's really kind of you to offer help, and good to talk to someone who understands.

Re your test, still super early so time for bold lines yet, but I can't rule that test out as something is making me look at it



 
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Old Jan 3rd, 2018, 11:09 AM   84
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Well ya just answered my question with the serious constipation and impaction comment. I swear there's some connection between constipation and autism.



 
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Still plenty time for a bfp Hun xxx

Plus on the last comment my 20 month old has her first autism screening in two weeks as hasn’t been diagnosed but suffers terribly with constipation



 
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After having Googled a lot in the previous few years digestive issues are believed to be connected to ASD. I have a fairly sensitive digestive system too, and eldest is always constipated - he spends half his life in the toilet! So I reckon it does have a connection



 
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